How Broncos’ Javonte Williams went from unheralded, small-town running back to NFL


Four years before became the Broncos’ second-round NFL draft pick, Wallace-Rose Hill coach Kevin Motsinger called every college coach he knew about his star running back. Nobody listened. Not big enough. Went to too small a school. Motsinger heard it all, before Williams’ career at UNC led to the Broncos drafting "Pookie." (Denver Post)

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How Broncos’ Javonte Williams went from unheralded, small-town running back to NFL


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